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Frederick Emerson Small (November 6, 1952), known publicly as Fred Small, is an American singer-songwriter. He is also a lawyer and a Unitarian Universalist minister. His songs often make a political or ethical statement. Among his best-known songs are "Heart of the Appaloosa", "Everything Possible", and "Cranes Over Hiroshima".

In 1980 Fred Small embarked on his song writing/performer/recording artist career. His songs are in the folk tradition for peace, healing and empowerment. They address a variety of issues… read more

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  • Avatar for outfoxthefox
    Guinevere and the Fire was the first song I heard by him, still my favorite but hard to find it seems. It's about racial issues in Australia, it's fabulously done. Grew up on that and a tape of Hot Frogs. <3
  • Avatar for ashavah
    I have been listening to Fred Small for years. His songs played a big part in informing me and shaping my opinions on social issues. I spent months listening to my parents' tape of "I Will Stand Fast" when I was younger. Love him. He writes beautiful, sad, angry songs. And he has such a beautiful voice. Denmark, 1943 and Heart of the Appaloosa are two of my favourites.
  • Avatar for vzmarti
    We've been big fans for years. I know somebody who sings Everything Possible as a lullaby to her children. Now I'm listening to Willie's Song.
  • Avatar for Whelanmk
    I love this
  • Avatar for Whelanmk
    The Heart of the Appaloosa and Rodney King's Blessing are his best songs

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